M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS

 


GEORGE II / EARLY GEORGE III FIGURED MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE

England, c1760


 

 

The rectangular highly figured and crossbanded top over a frieze having two cockbeaded drawers with original brasses,

raised on four molded legs, the original finely carved foliate fretwork corner brackets to the front and sides

 

Provenance : David H. Wilson, Teaneck NJ

David H. Wilson (1949-2011) was one of this country's leading connoisseurs in 17th and 18th century British furniture. 

He served as a consultant, appraiser and restorer for Sotheby’s and Christies,

as well as leading dealers and collectors in New York, London, and throughout the United States. 

Mr. Wilson was also instrumental in vetting many major collections for authenticity. 

 

Condition: Excellent, with fine rich color and patina; several expected replacements to the crossbanding,

and a single ?” X 3/4” repair to the top veneer adjacent to the crossbanding

 

27.75" High x 20.25" Deep x 35" Long

 

SOLD 

 

#6097

 

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England, 1745
Prov : by Repute, Wentworth Woodhouse

 

 

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George II / Early George III Figured Mahogany Side Table, England, c1760 

 

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